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Airstrikes against Iranian-backed terrorists on Syria-Iraq border

According to the information AA obtained from local sources, Deir ez-Zor 3 military points belonging to Iranian-backed groups in the east of El Bukemal district of the province by air strike was targeted.

It is not yet known which country it belongs to. AUAV7 explosion sounds were heard as a result of the attacks with the .

Sources in the region stated that they heard the sound of the SİHA engine, which was flying for a long time before the explosion sound.

It was stated that there were killed and injured in the attack.

It was noteworthy that about half an hour before the air strikes, a rocket attack was carried out on the gas field in the Shaddadi town of Haseke province, which was occupied by the terrorist organization YPG/PKK. Three vehicles were burned in the attack.

Airstrikes were carried out on the base of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in Elbukemal district, which is in the ranks of the Assad regime, on 14 June and 3 vehicles on 15 September by unidentified warplanes. In the two attacks, 3 people were killed and 4 people were injured.

Presence of Iranian-backed groups in Deir ez-Zor

Deir ez-Zor, on the Syria-Iraq border, is the city that provides the land connection from Iran to Lebanon. Pipelines and trade routes from Iraq and Jordan also pass through this city.

The center and the west of Deir ez-Zor fell into the hands of the Assad regime after the withdrawal of Daesh in November 2017 with the help of Iran-backed groups and Russia.

Iran-backed foreign terrorist groups, which have become the ground power of the regime, are heavily present in Deir ez-Zor.

The Iranian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Afghan and Pakistani groups based in Deir ez-Zor, where Sunni Arabs live, are commanded by members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Army.

Deir ez-Zor lands to the east of the Euphrates River are occupied by the US-backed terrorist organization YPG/PKK.

. (HAS) . ..


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